Between a snow storm and a bomb threat made against Stockbridge Junior/Senior High School in Michigan on Monday, students were evacuated from the campus that morning.
Brown University's newspaper polled over 1,000 students to find out how safe they feel on and off campus after dark.
An Ohio man left a note in a restaurant that warned of an active shooter and multiple bombs at two high schools. However, it was just a ploy to divert police officers' attention from his plans to rob a bank.
The Department of Justice awarded more than $85.3 million in safety grants to bolster school security—including funding to educate and train students and faculty—and support first responders who arrive on the scene of a school shooting or other violent incident.
A Florida man was arrested after he entered into a high school with a pocket knife attempting to test the school's security measures.
Three York College students were the targets of robberies that occurred just outside of campus. In response, the university is working with local authorities to increase patrol in the area.
Drones will be flying over several Carson City Schools in an effort for the city to study how students get to and from school.
Public perception of school security tends to lag a little behind the times. For many, the idea calls to mind sash-wearing hall monitors, or perhaps a single school resource officer stationed near a high-traffic hallway.
New security measures at Savannah State University are expected to enhance safety for students.
The university is adding more guards, shuttle vans and security cameras.